Today at the CCRR

New Hours

Monday: 11am – 6pm; Tuesday through Friday: 9am – 4pm; Saturday: 8am – 12pm

In Partnership with Victoria CCRR

The Learning Curve
The Victoria CCRR collaborates with LDABC The Learning Curve to provide virtual workshops that reflect Gordon Neufeld's Approach (This Approach builds on attachment and developmental science and explains problems and phenomena that could not otherwise be satisfactorily explained, including aggression, shyness, bullying and counterwill). These workshops are available to parents and child care providers.
Metis Nation BC
The Victoria CCRR is honoured to be partnering with Metis Nation BC to host a Métis Family Navigator and a Métis Child Care Coordinator at our office. Family navigators flesh out MNBC's mandate to develop and enhance opportunities for Métis communities in BC by implementing culturally relevant social and economic programs and services.
The purpose of the Child Care Coordinator is to partner with Métis
early learning and childcare services and programs. Contact our office for further information.

In Partnership with Victoria CCRR

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The Mentoring Project is a collaboration between LDABC The Learning Curve and the Victoria Child Care Resource and Referral program. With funding, input, and support provided by VCCRR, our Project offers mentorship, professional development, parent workshops, and consultation services to Child Care Providers and families. Our focus is on bringing an understanding of behaviour and learning challenges through sound developmental science. Learn more at

We would like to acknowledge that the Victoria Child Care Resource & Referral program is located on the traditional territories of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples, on whose traditional territories we live, we learn, we play, and we do our work.

We acknowledge that the historical relationship to the land and territories of these peoples continues to this day.

We acknowledge that acts of colonization (such as requiring Indigenous children to attend residential schools, and the ongoing high rates of Indigenous children in care), has made many inequities for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Despite these acts of colonization, Indigenous people continue to have vibrant communities and cultures.

As a community-serving organization we recognize that we have the responsibility to work towards truth and reconciliation, and to remain open to suggestions and consultations, especially with local First Nations, Inuit and Métis people, about how our organization can continue to work towards reconciliation.

We hope that the Victoria Child Care Resource and Referral Program acts as a gathering space for children, families, and elders, and is a safe, welcoming, and engaging environment for all people, including Indigenous peoples.

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